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Getting to Dry Land

  Big construction and unforeseen water obstacles don’t mix well. Here are some guidelines for choosing the right pump for the job. Move that water out of the way. It’s often the first thing that that needs to be done on construction sites, or after an area is flooded because

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Keeping Miami Beach Flood Free

Miami Beach residents hope new pumps handle floodwaters The city of Miami Beach, Florida has experienced many changes over the past few years, including constant flooding due to the King Tide of October as well as due to the remnants of passing tropical storms.  The City decided to embark on

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Lake Okeechobee Water Transfer

Lake Okeechobee Water Transfer We recently completed a job for a construction company near Lake Okeechobee. It consists of 8 of our Hydraflo™ water pumps connected to a combined 6,400 feet of pipe with a 30 inch discharge diameter. The reason for this job is to bide time for the nearby pump station

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Brand X

In another successful refurbishment and repair project, MWI Pumps worked with a local water management agency to repair a brand new, but dysfunctional pump. The pump, which was used in flood control for an orange grove, was recently purchased brand new by the client. The client ran “Brand X” pump for

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Water District Pump Repair

MWI Pumps handles many clients across the U.S., and when a water district approached MWI to repair a continually failing pump, the team jumped at the chance to solve the problem. The client had a pump used to pump water into a reservoir for cleaning before it went back into

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